IN our last issue we highlighted the case of ‘Sir’ Nigel Goldman, a well-known Costa character who was a regular at charity events and even, we are sorry to say, advertised with us.
We continue to investigate his comings and goings after a number of readers and a leading coastal lawyer contacted us to help locate him.
However, not everyone believes we are right to be investigating this weasel, who has inveigled himself with costa society and even become part of its fabric.
One ‘responsible’’ paper that gave him a regular column and spent considerable time socialising with him, insisted we were merely running ‘sensationalist tabloid tittle-tattle’.
It went on to describe us as a ‘small inland paper’ despite now being based on the coast, as well as ‘lacking moral fibre’.
Well, for your information, the Olive Press was entirely right to be reporting on the mysterious disappearance of ‘Sir’ Nigel… so says Antonio Flores, the lawyer who has been acting for several of Goldman’s unhappy clients.
He writes how this is exactly the role a free press should be taking… and in fact he says it is our RESPONSIBILITY to be reporting it.
As for moral fibre, let’s just say that we don’t run adult relaxation advertisements in our classified section.